With Hispanic Heritage month getting started, today, the Architrends blog pays tribute to the incredible Hispanic professionals who have had an impact on the field of architecture.
With the aftermath of Hurricane Ida still being dealt with across the northeastern United States and the hurricane season roaring through November, property owners and managers need to take note.
The building design, construction and urban planning, and property management sectors are using digital twins to their advantage.
With a well-known labor shortage and retirements looming, the construction industry needs to attract more young people. Recruitment and retention have been a struggle.
What is it that inspires architects to take up and continue the craft? Here are some examples from industry professionals who shared their opinions.
Architecture and video games can go hand-in-hand, and one particular case shows a surprising example where video game designers have offered assistance in restoring a real-world historical landmark.
With demand for office space decreasing and footprints shrinking, building designers, owners and operators are left with the challenge of filling up unused spaces. This ushers in the opportunity for adaptive reuse strategies.
Here is a round-up of movie suggestions from top design publications for architectural inspiration.
With the Tokyo Olympics set to start next week, there are a host of logistical issues, including construction and infrastructure challenges, that accompany such a massive event.
With vaccine distribution in full swing, many companies and employees are looking forward to some sort of return to a post-COVID office.